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Native peoples and cultures of Canada an anthropological overview —McMillan, Alan D. (Alan Daniel), 1945-
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2002

A comprehensive overview of all the native groups of Canada -- Indian, Metis and Inuit. Describes their traditional ways of life from prehistoric times to the present issues of land claims and self-government. 1988.

One Native life —Wagamese, Richard.
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2010

Wagamese's look back at the long road he traveled in reclaiming his identity, and about what he's learned as a human being, a man, and an Ojibway. Whether he's writing about playing baseball, running away with the circus...

In the rapids navigating the future of First Nations —Mercredi, Ovide, 1946-
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2002

The authors provide a view of broken treaty promises, the racist Indian Act, and the failure of Canada's justice and education systems. While examining many challenges confronting native people today, the authors also an...

Shingwauk's vision native residential schools in Canada —Miller, J. R. (James Rodger), 1943-
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2011

A comprehensive study of residential schools, the institutions where attendance by Native children was compulsory as recently as the 1960s. Former students have come forward in increasing numbers to describe the psycholo...

One good story, that one stories —King, Thomas, 1943-
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2002

This collection of short stories blend Christian and native myths, comedy and tragedy, reality and the surreal. Strong language. 1993.

Citizens plus aboriginal peoples and the Canadian state —Cairns, Alan.
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2001

Cairns, through the study of the historical record, discusses the desired relation of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal peoples to each other in Canada. He considers the differences between the assimilationist assumptions of...

One dead Indian the premier, the police, and the Ipperwash crisis —Edwards, Peter.
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2006

On September 4, 1995, several Stoney Point Natives entered Ipperwash Provincial Park, near Sarnia, Ontario, and began a peaceful protest aimed at reclaiming a traditional burial ground. Within 72 hours, one of the protes...

Porcupines and china dolls —Alexie, Robert Arthur.
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2010
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Enough alcohol silences the demons for a night; a gun and a single bullet silences demons forever. When a friend commits suicide and a former priest appears on television, the northern Aboriginal community is shattered. ...

L'héritage spirituel des Indiens d'amérique —Brown, Joseph Epes, 1920-
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2010

L'auteur tente de définer la place des traditions indiennes par rapport aux grandes religions universelles, en s'appuyant sur des disciplines telles que l'anthropologie et l'histoire comparée des religions. Plus qu'une...

Northern voices Inuit writing in English
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2002

The Inuit of northern Canada have a rich oral historic tradition in their own language and a more recent tradition of written English. This collection includes legends, poetry, interviews, letters, essays, speeches and f...

Medicine River —King, Thomas, 1943-
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2009

A young Canadian Indian returns to his hometown outside the Blackfoot Reservation and recovers his lost heritage among a varied cast of characters, including and all-Indian basketball team, a marriage doctor, and a world...

Legends of Vancouver —Johnson, E. Pauline, 1861-1913.
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2001

A collection of the customs and legends of the Squamish tribes of Vancouver, compiled by the renowned native Indian poet. First published in 1911.

Funny, you don't look like one observations from a blue-eyed Ojibway —Taylor, Drew Hayden, 1962-
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2010

Half Ojibway and half Caucasian - and hoping to found a nation called Occasions, dubbing himself a Special Occasion for founding it - Drew Hayden Taylor presents his own take on Native affairs. Using humour to give a dif...

Iroquois on fire a voice from the Mohawk nation —George-Kanentiio, Douglas M.
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2011

In their homelands in what is now New York state, the Iroquois have assumed a prominent role in public debate as residents of the region seek ways to resolve multi-billion dollar land claims. The initial dispute over ter...

Dreaming the dawn conversations with native artists and activists —Caldwell, E. K., 1954-
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2011

Interviews with Native American artists, activists, and writers. Topics range from singer-songwriter Buffy Sainte-Marie's consideration of the uses of computer technology for tribal people, to activist Dino Butler's refl...

Green grass, running water —King, Thomas, 1943-
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2001

His past false arrest for being a dangerous Indian activist would be funny to Blackfoot Lionel Red Dog if it hadn't cost him his government job and turned him into a television salesman. Unbeknownst to Lionel, his profes...

Funny, you don't look like one observations from a blue-eyed Ojibway —Taylor, Drew Hayden, 1962-
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2010

Half Ojibway and half Caucasian - and hoping to found a nation called Occasions, dubbing himself a Special Occasion for founding it - Drew Hayden Taylor presents his own take on Native affairs. Using humour to give a dif...

Kiss of the fur queen —Highway, Tomson, 1951- author
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2002

Abraham Okimasis' native family lives happily in northern Manitoba until his two sons, Champion and Ooneemeetoo, are taken from them and sent to a Catholic residential school. There their names are changed, their culture...

A quality of light —Wagamese, Richard.
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2013

Joshua Kane is an Ojibway who has lived with his white adoptive parents since he was an infant. Johnny Gebhardt is a white boy who is very interested in native culture. When the two meet they find friendship and common g...

Lune d'érable —Crook, Connie Brummel.
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2009

Ce récit inspiré des légendes indiennes raconte la découverte du sirop d'érable. Dans la nation des Missisaugas, un jeune garçon aperçoit un écureuil gratter l'écorce d'une branche d'érable et y boire. Il goute...

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